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English 2nd year test paper

Section B: (Short Answer Questions)

Answer any 10 questions from this Section. All questions carry equal marks.

1. Why is Black Michael not regarded as a suitable person to be the king of Rurutania?

2. What force does Einstein blame for the persistent of war?

3. "Heavier does not always make the right men king". Whose comment is this and what does it means?

4. I went into town and said to police man. "Will you tell me the way to Dolran may", the smiled and said.?

5. Why does the author make the poeter a humorous character.?

6. What is the upright man's view about worldly life? What are the characteristics of an uprigh man?

7. What were the reasons given by Liaquat Ali Khan for the Muslim's desire not to continue living in united India?

8. What lesson do we learn from the lesson The Devoted Friend?

9. Why do the europeans learn the centuries after the tau of the roman empires as "The Buck Ages"?

10. Fate and fortune are important in human life. Comment on this statement with fever to the essay on man?

11. Mrs. Oakentubb got the punishment she deserved. Discuss?

12. What examples does shelley give in the poem to prove that beauty is eternal?

13. Which of the two female characters. in The Prisnor Of Zenda, do you like most and why?

14. What justice done to jones in the "Silver Box"?

15. The old ulysses symbolizes the "human spirit at its strongest". Comment briefly?

16. What lesson do no learn from "Say not the Struggle"?
Section C: (Detailed Answers Questions)

Q.3. Write down the character sketch of

· Duke Michel

· Colonel Sapt

· Lady the Mauban

Write one essay from the following choices

· Inflation

· Terrorism

· Problems of Karachi City

· Science in the Modern World

· Energy Crises

· Duty of a student / Students and politics

· Importance of Discipline

Q.4. Read the given passage and answers the questions given below

When we are hopeful, we are in a mental state in which we expect good result of certain happenings and situations and feel happy about them. So optimism is a way of thinking which makes us look at the bright side of different situations one makes us expect the best possible results. When we optimistic, we are cheerful, happy and hopeful and when we are in this condition, we can drink, plan and work to the best our capacity. "Hope" according to William MC dougall is one of the greatest forces that operate in the mind something that enters into the structure of character it helps us in facing troubles and misfortunes and makes the future look brighter than present.

1. How does optimism change our mental state?

2. How can we make use of the best of our capacity?

3. What does William MC dougall say about hope?

4. Explain the under clined phrases.

· Give a suitable title to the above passage.


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